Understanding Pornography and Sexual Addiction
A Presentation for Parents and Leaders
Join us for a frank discussion about pornography and sexual addiction
• Understanding the recovery process
• The danger to children
• Impact on the spouse and the need for healing
• Hope for a joyful and more fulfilling life in recovery
Steven & Rhyll Croshaw Founders of SA Lifeline Foundation & Kathy Kinghorn
The presentation is free of charge.
Educational resources will be made available.
8:00-9:00pm Tuesday, January 10th, 2012
2940 West Maple Loop Drive Suite L03 (Basement)
Lehi, UT 84043
For more information and location directions go to salifeline.org
“A debate has raged for decades over whether people with addictions have choice over certain behaviors. Dr. Raju Hajela …, wrote that “the disease creates distortions in thinking, feelings and perceptions, which drive people to behave in ways that are not understandable to others around them. Simply put, addiction is not a choice. Addictive behaviors are manifestations of a disease, not a cause, Where choice comes in, he added, is in getting help. While the neurobiology of choice may not be fully understood, a person with addiction must make choices for a healthier life in order to enter treatment and recovery. Because there is no pill which alone can cure addiction, choosing recovery over unhealthy behaviors is necessary.” Deseret News; Page A8 Monday Aug 22, 2011
Sponsored by SA Lifeline Foundation
SA Lifeline Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization committed to providing hope, support, education and resources for those impacted by pornography and sexual addiction. SA Lifeline Foundation is not affiliated with any religion or organization.